Mercure Centro Port Macquarie
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... and saw
that it stretched as far as the heads – no doubt Tacking Point Port Macquarie.
We are happy with our accommodation. From the exterior you would expect dark and
somewhat gloomy interiors but it is bright, airy and very modern.
Looking forward to doing some coastal walks whilst we are here – weather permitting…..
We had decided on Diamond Head in the Crowdy Bay National Park as the first major stop on our trip around Australia quite early on in the planning stages. It wasn't a ************* to make, as it is a place that both Darren and I have been many times before and have fond memories of.
It is about 2 and a half hours up the road from Karuah (and 30-40 minutes south of Port Macquarie). On our way in we stopped in at the little inlet town of Laurieton and stocked up ...
Often as not, things do happen for a reason. We never doubted them for a second and so it was on this bright sunny morning after an unusually late breakfast, that we met Gerry Walsh from the Koala hospital. I think we stuck around some longer, for our day already started off with wildlife right behind our breakfast table. An abnormally big and stripy goanna snuck its way through the undergrowth to lounge in the bright morning sun. Back to Gerry, however who simply ...
... down further we saw Pelicans which are also huge! We also saw oyster crates and then picked up our fish and chips! They were yummy but the portion of chips was not so impressive! Just as I was finishing off my chips the skipper pointed out Dolphins! We had a good look but they left pretty quickly and from there on we got glimpses here and there. Also I think we saw bat Rays coming out of the water - they don't do this often though so you have to have ...
... morning seemed to clear will be heading towards Kempsey and the National Park called Limeburners and stay a night or two at Point Plomer depending on the weather etc. Went for a beautiful walk along the coast and saw our first whales but just a bit to far out to sea to get a proper look. Nice weather. It we can see that it will be changing soon dark clouds are appearing so I think we might be getting some rain ...